Three more Kotei added into the mix this weekend, from Puerto Rico, Athens (Greece, not that college town that’s up the road), and the Twin Cities. The wins went to Phoenix, Unicorn, and Crane (another small one, but bigger than the first), with leading Warlord contender Hida Kaiji being felled by leading Unicorn contender Utaku Sung-ki at the St. Paul Kotei.
Oh, and check out the standings for ability to make the cut – the Unaligned/Imperials are now better at it than anyone else.
|Players||% of Field||Made Cut||Won||% Made Cut||Relative Chance of Making Cut|
Make the Cut Rankings
0 ) Unaligned (including TFT, Imperials, and Ronin) – 28%
1 ) Mantis – 27%
2 ) Phoenix – 26%
3 ) Unicorn – 25%
4 ) Crab – 24%
AVERAGE (per clan) – 20%
5 ) Dragon – 18%
6 ) Scorpion – 18%
7 ) Lion – 17%
8 ) Spider – 14%
9 ) Crane – 14%
No “which clan is taking a location from which other clan” this week, since there have been official standings posted for that.
5 thoughts on “Clan Tourney Success in Kotei Season 2013 #9”
i like those numbers. Unicorn are only 8.7% of the field (3rd from last) but have the 3rd best chances of making the cut, and the 2nd highest number of wins. now if only they would do something about ToP… Late arc Banhammer like they did to Chagatron anyone?
Phoenix have double the wins of the second place clan.
Phoenix are obviously running away this Kotei season.
So where’s your ‘how to beat Phoenix, and the problem with Phoenix’ podcast, like you did a few years ago for Spider and Breeder?
I know there won’t be one, that one was borne solely of your bias.
If you want to beat Phoenix, I would suggest checking out the “Decks to Beat: Lizard Wizards” post from a couple weeks ago to see what’s in it, and then playing Lion.
Lion as in the clan that has only won 3 Kotei so far?
(Yes, Dragon, Crane, Scorpion and Spider players will hate me because 3 wins is always better than 2 and zero wins…).
He asked about how to beat Phoenix, not how to win a Kotei. 🙂
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